The health reform law’s biggest threat: 30,000 too few doctors

On a chilly afternoon at a community clinic in Southeast Washington, three young doctors are busily laying the foundation for the health-care law’s success. Jacob Edwards flips through a manual on skin conditions, diagnosing a rash that looks like chicken pox. Jessica O’Babatunde consults her supervisor on treating an adolescent’s obesity, which is literally off the charts. And Julie Krueger peppers 3-year-old Daphauni with questions at her physical: ... Full Story »

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